Google has again taken efforts to make sure its Glass users don't have to eschew style for the sake of the latest technology. On its Google+ page today, the company announced a new collaboration with an American fashion designer to usher in some new designs.
Three new design options were unveiled with the listing, featured above and below, building upon the Titanium Collection of frames Google revealed at the beginning of the year. The uppermost design, in particular, gives users a sportier option than has been available thus far.
The new designs from Furstenberg will be made available to explorers on June 23, at which point they can be nabbed from Google's Glass page. A total of five new frames will be unveiled, and with them will come eight new shade options. Of course, this isn't the first time Google has worked with Furstenberg.
This comes after Google's March announcement that it has penned a deal with Ray-Ban and Oakley to make a Glass collection, something it said was a push towards making the wearable stylish. At the time, that made for more than 40 possible Glass design configurations for owners.